|833-45 - Sunspot [nt040] - K M Krebs|
833-45 (K M Krebs) goes into compact mode with this release, compressing his elemental/ethereal mode into a brilliant little 6-track EP, to be listened to, of course, in continuity.
Keywords: Rhythmic Noise; Ambient/noise
Downloads: 3,911 (1 review)
|Siblings - Litter EP [nt108] - Siblings|
Pop songs about changing the cat litter & paying the rent? Cutting edge disco/hip-hop beats set to a formidably sketchy sensibility? Sophisticated songwriting that’s got nothing against honest straight talk? Well, all this & more can be heard on Siblings’ debut EP, which we present today with a suitably wide smile. Siblings is the reunion of David Turgeon (Camp) & the one & only Kaia Wong (Mixel Pixel, The Eastern Stars)...
Keywords: indie pop; disco; house; IDM
Downloads: 19,733 (1 review)
|Sine Fiction vol. XX) The Drowned World - A_dontigny|
|Skoop - Nova [nt018] - Jim G|
An intense 5-track synth/breakbeat workout from Skoop, composed in tribute to his very own Chevy Nova. There is indeed something motorised in how these tracks rollick forward in good old juggernaut fashion!
Keywords: IDM; Break Beats
|Sluts on Tape - Eden Ostrich Farm [nt067] - Sluts on Tape|
Sluts on Tape = Infoslut + Books on Tape. Simple, no? Both of them teamed up to offer us this wild, surprising maxi-EP which incorporates the combined strenghts of both artists into a maximal musical joyride.
Keywords: Beatpunk; IDM
Downloads: 4,435 (1 review)
|Speech.fake - Image type/composite [nt031] - Cal Crawford|
Cal Crawford's online debut, this recording under the name of Speech.fake packs some serious punch. Each of these 8 tracks is a tense microuniverse peopled with the acute sense of narrative this composer is well known for. A word of caution: some of these are particularly oppressive, unlike Crawford's rather more serene subsequent output. * For full artwork and information please visit the official album page on notype.com.
Keywords: Microsound; Noise
|Stackoverflow - Love is evol backwards [nt005] - Stackoverflow|
Released on Valentine's Day 1999, this debut release by the highly elusive Stackoverflow is, quite simply, offensive noisy techno fit to elicit fights among your loved ones. Includes a hilarious reinterpretation of the "famous" Hampster Dance song as well as a rare Kalx remix. * For full artwork and information please visit the official album page on notype.com.
Keywords: Noise; Rhythmic Noise
Downloads: 2,996 (1 review)
|Stackoverflow - Rubitcow [nt038] - Stackoverflow|
Third (& probably last) release from Stackoverflow, compiling two mysterious tracks received some day on MiniDisc format & going by the name Rubitcow. Added as a bonus is the original version of Love is Evol Backwards.
Keywords: Rhythmic Noise; Noise
|Stackoverflow - Transfer Interrupted! [nt9002] - Stackoverflow|
Second No Type release from the barely existing Stackoverflow, this one a full-length including a flurry of scary, awesomely improper noisebeats inspired from the various error messages one can get on the web... What a concept!
Keywords: Noise; Rhythmic Noise
|Surfing Secrets - Le bruit qui rend fou [nt6005] - Surfing Secrets|
Compendium release by Surfing Secrets, a loose collective based around Frédérick Blouin (Oeuf Korreckt) which has its roots into the mock-demogroup Atrox, started in Quebec City in the mid-1990s. This outrageous full-length release revisits many past Atrox "hits" with new remixes & offers a bunch of new tracks. A little knowledge of French will likely help appreciating the absurdist humour of the lyrics, but the music (a full fledged parody of techno music) is certainly funny enough in itself ...
Keywords: Humour; Satire; Techno